India's innings-and-126-run win over West Indies on Saturday is their 4th win with an innings margin at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai. Here are the statistical highlights from the game:
# India's triumph by an innings and 126 runs is their biggest over the West Indies, outstripping their win by an innings and 112 runs at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai in October 2002.
# For the first time, India have won two successive Tests by an innings margin vs West Indies.
# India have won four Tests by an innings margin at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai - two vs West Indies and one each vs England (1992-93) and Australia (1979-80).
# Of the 26 Test victories by an innings, India have registered four each at Wankhede Stadium and Eden Gardens.
# Overall, India have won four Tests by an innings margin against the West Indies. Apart from the two aforesaid wins at Wankhede Stadium, India have won two Tests by an innings margin at Eden Gardens, Kolkata - by an innings and 51 runs in November 2013 and by an innings and 15 runs in November 2011.
# Under Dhoni's leadership, India have won nine Tests by an innings margin, bettering the eight under Mohammad Azharuddin.
# India have won six successive Tests for the first time - four vs Australia and two vs West Indies.
# Dhoni, with his 26th win, has extended his Indian record. He has lost 12 and drawn eleven out of 49 contested - winning per cent 53.06.
# India have won 16 Tests, lost 30 and drawn 44 out of 90 played against West Indies - winning per cent 17.77.
# For the first time, India have won five successive Test series vs West Indies.
# Marlon Samuels is averaging 26.12 in second team innings as compared to his average of 44.13 in first team innings.
# Since posting 83 vs India at Basseterre in June 2006, Chris Gayle's 35 is his highest score in seven innings against India in Tests.
# Gayle is averaging 30.75 in 14 Tests against India - his aggregate being 738 runs, including six fifties.
# Narsingh Deonarine's first duck vs India is his third in Tests.
# Pragyan Ojha has captured five wickets in each innings of a Test match for the first time - 5 for 40 and 5 for 49.
# Ojha's fourth five-wicket haul vs West Indies is his seventh in Tests.
# Ojha is the ninth Indian bowler to complete 100 wickets or more in Tests in India - his tally being 101 at an average of 27.51 in 20 Tests.
# Ojha has produced his first instance of ten wickets in a Test match (10/89), outstripping the 9 for 165 vs England at Ahmedabad in November 2012.
# Ojha has been adjudged the Man of the Match for the first time in Tests.
# Rohit Sharma has received his first Player of the Series award in Tests.
# Rohit, with 288 runs at an average of 288.00 in just two innings, including two centuries, has topped the run charts in the series.
# Denesh Ramdin (53 not out) has registered his second fifty vs India - his eleventh in Tests.
# Ramdin (2043) is the third West Indian wicketkeeper to complete 2,000 runs or more in Tests, joining Jeff Dujon (3146) and Ridley Jacobs (2577).
# Shivnarine Chanderpaul (10963) has overtaken Steve Waugh's tally of 10927. He is now seventh in the list of leading run-getters.
# Ravichandran Ashwin enjoys an outstanding record in Indian Test wins - his tally being 76 wickets at 20.47 runs apiece in eleven Tests.
# Ashwin, with 12 wickets at 19.33 runs apiece, has finished as the leading wicket-taker in the series.
# Sachin Tendulkar's tally of 72 wins is a record by a player from the sub-continent. His tally of 5946 runs at an average of 61.93 is the fifth highest by a batsman in a winning cause.
(stats courtesy Rajesh Kumar)